My March Madness of Justice is an urgent, relentless, unstoppable pursuit towards victory in exceptional art and activism. During the month of March, I’ll be relentlessly promoting and producing exceptional content from within my exceptional brand. Your support through purchases and sharing is greatly appreciated.
Today My March Madness is all about Alexander McClay Williams, one of two dynamic characters featured in my work The Walker-Williams Project.
What do you need to know?
I am fighting to get a Media Pennsylvania courthouse named after Alexander McClay Williams, a 16-year-old Black boy who was falsely accused of killing a white woman in 1930. He was electrocuted on June 8, 1931 and remains the youngest person to be executed in Pennsylvania history. My hope is that the name change will happen no later than June 8, 2023. I would like Alexander’s 93-year-old sister, Susie to see this historic change happen. Nothing like this has ever happened in the United States of America.
The courthouse is currently named for W. Roger Fronefield, the judge who sentenced Alexander to death. We got The City of Philadelphia to make an official apology for the MOVE bombing. With your support we’re going to change this courthouse name soon!
Please purchase your promotional poster for my movie “Framing Alexander: Young, Murdered and Black” at https://ulyssesbutchslaughter.com/merch
The official Walker-Williams Project YouTube trailer is also included here: https://youtu.be/4dZDTCzSnhw
Read my recent OP-ED in The Community Spirit at this link: https://myspiritnews.com/articles/opinion/guest-opinion-3/
- Ulysses “Butch” Slaughter
- “Dancing with devils, demons and divinity.”